Master claims he beat the coronavirus by drinking hot whiskey with honey

It was infected by the virus in Yuan

A British teacher claims to have found the drug for coronavirus, revealing that he had "hit" the virus with warm whiskey and honey.

Connor Reed, 25, spoke to the British Sun when doctors in Yuan, China, diagnosed him with a coronavirus.

Reid had been in Yuan since last summer as an English teacher and had been hospitalized for two weeks with all the symptoms of the virus. "My doctor prescribed antibiotics, but I refused to take them," the 25-year-old Briton said first and then revealed that he ... had defeated the virus.

"I decided to use an old doctor and drank a glass of hot whiskey and honey until it passed," Connor Reed said.
Reed also described the situation in Yuan: "I'm not going to work, but the boss is thinking about reopening in a few weeks, but I'm not so sure. Yuan is a real ghost town. There is no one on the streets. "

At the same time, the 25-year-old teacher pointed out that there are no longer any drugs in Yuan or masks in pharmacies, and police are arriving if they see a man on the street wearing a mask.

Foods that remove toxins from the blood

Blood makes up 7% of the human body's weight and, among other functions, carries nutrients, vitamins, hormones, heat and oxygen to the tissues, and removes junk substances produced during metabolism.

So it is important to be as clean as possible. Blood toxins can cause problems in the skin, kidneys, and liver, as well as blood disorders.

A detoxification diet should include foods that are high in nutrients that help eliminate toxins from the body.

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